Edgar Allen Poe By Joshua Surujpaul

Edgar Allen Poe By Joshua Surujpaul

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  • Tell Tale Heart Based on Edgar Allen Poe's story
  • The time appears to be almost 10. I will be heading to bed soon.
  • Ok, good.
  • I'm finally in. Time to get rid of this man.
  • By Joshua Surujpaul 11/17/17 I can ensure you that I am a healthy man.  The idea of killing a old man is not an insane idea, especially if your doing it to get rid of an eye big as a vulture 
  • BE GONE EYE!!!
  • Wha what?Who's there? AHHHHHHHH
  • I hearkened to the old man while looking at his soon-to-be gone vulture eye. The only way to get rid of the eye would be killing him.
  • Could they hear the man's heartbeat? Whe where they making a mockery of me?!?
  • After opening the door very slowly, I entered in the dark room with the supposition that he didn't hear me. 
  • The old man had heard my hands slipped on the lantern. In that moment, anxiety had seized me and so I lunged at him, grabbing the sheet covers and putting it over his head.  The eye that reeked  a derision of my life was gone 
  • After vehemently hiding the old man under the floorboards, the police had arrived to see what was going on. I was sure everything was going to be okay but I thought differently a few minutes later. I tried everything to prevent them from hearing the heartbeat.
  • I couldn't take it no more. The mockery from these fools was nothing I could tolerate and so, I nothing to do but reveal the truth.  As a man of great sagacity, mockery is a serious matter.
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